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64 Index of defined expressions: Part I.E+W

The following Table shows provisions defining or otherwise explaining expressions used in this Part (other than provisions defining or explaining an expression used in the same section)—

[F1action section 63]
appointed person (in relation to inquiry into affairs of registered social landlord)paragraph 20 of Schedule 1
F2. . .F2. . .
associate (in relation to a registered social landlord)section 61(1)
assured tenancysection 230
assured agricultural occupancysection 230
assured shorthold tenancysection 230
F3. . .F3. . .
committee member (in relation to [F4a registered society] )section 57(2)
[F5company section 63 (and see section 58(2))]
F6. . .F6. . .
co-operative housing associationsection 63
co-opted member (of committee of [F7registered society])section 57(1)
F8. . .F8. . .
disposal proceeds fundsection 24
dwellingsection 63
enactmentsection 230
fully mutual housing associationsection 63
hostelsection 63
housesection 63
housing accommodationsection 63
housing activitiessection 63
housing associationsection 230
F9. . .section 2(1)(b)
informationsection 63
leasesection 229
local authoritysection 63
[F1local housing authority section 230]
long tenancysection 63
member of familysection 62
[F1misconduct section 63]
modificationssection 63
noticesection 63
officer of registered social landlordsection 59
provision (in relation to dwelling or house)section 63(2)
public sector landlordsection 63
[F1received public assistance section 58(1A)]
register, registered and registration (in relation to social landlords)section 1
registered charitysection 58(1)(b)
[F10registered society section 1A.]
registrar of companiessection 63
F11. . .F11. . .
relevant disposal which is not an exempted disposal (in sections 11 to 14)section 15
[F1representations section 63]
secure tenancysection 230
social housing grantsection 18(1)
statutory tenancysection 63
subsidiary (in relation to a registered social landlord)section 60(1)
trustee and trusts (in relation to a charity)section 58(1)(a)
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F2S. 64: Entry relating to “appropriate registrar” in the Table repealed (1.12.2001) by S.I. 2001/3649, arts. 1, 356(2)

F3Words in s. 64 omitted (14.3.2012 immediately before the Charities Act 2011 (c. 25) comes into force) by virtue of The Charities (Pre-consolidation Amendments) Order 2011 (S.I. 2011/1396), art. 1, Sch. para. 45

F4Words in Act substituted (1.8.2014) by Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 (c. 14), s. 154, Sch. 4 para. 56 (with Sch. 5)

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